Animal Welfare League P O Box 4902
Greenville, MS 38704-4902 (662) 822-0000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Committed to helping
homeless and needy animals
in Washington County, Mississippi
NEW! $50,000 CHALLENGE GRANT!
After our successfully meeting the $50,000
Challenge grant at the end of last year, AWL has
once again been given a 2nd $50,000 Challenge
grant! We now have until January 1st,
to meet this challenge!
animals are depending on us, and without YOUR
HELP it will be impossible to meet this new
challenge. Once this new challenge is met, the
Animal Welfare League will be much closer to
actually beginning construction of the new
Due to the
flooding this spring, the Animal Welfare League
has seen an unusually high number of homeless
dogs and cats......the number of pregnant dogs
that have needed rescuing is almost
unbelievable! We must have a new shelter as soon
as possible.....please help us!
to print out a form to mail in with your
donation! To make a donation
go to our Donate pageand
use the Donate button. Be Sure to indicate in
the ""Notes" section on Paypal that your
donation is matching funds for the challenge
For several years, there has been talk of a
new county animal
Many people have asked what is being done in
order to get this shelter up and running.The Animal
Welfare League (AWL) hopes to
initiate fundraising in order to construct a
A caring donor donated a tract of land some
time ago for the purpose of building a
facility to house and care for the many
homeless animals in Washington County. A new facility will eliminate the
risk of animals suffering and possibly
dying, as they have at the present shelter
It is our hope and mission that the
Animal Welfare League can
raise $800,000.00 to construct a building
for the use to care for the homeless animals
in Washington County.
This is going to be impossible without YOUR
help.We plan to hold
fundraisers and take online donations, but
we need the support of the community.
Once completed, the volunteer's time can be
spent caring for the
cats and dogs. The majority of the
animals need medical care, and ALL of the
animals MUST BE spayed or neutered BEFORE
they will be allowed to leave the facility.Volunteers then work to find them
good, permanent homes.There will be an end to the puppies
freezing to death and even being stolen at
the present facility.
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for membership application to print and mail in.
Animal Welfare League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit
and an all